International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution

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  • Thursday, December 4, 2014 5 Pitfalls That Make Workplace Conflicts Worse Guest post by Peter T. Coleman and Robert Ferguson: Great leaders are not afraid of conflict. They put it to work. Conflict in an organization is a lot like fire. When it sparks, it can intensify, spread and lead to pain, loss, and irreparable […]
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  • Building a Bridge from Research to the Real World Faculty to Global Leaders Connects Leading Scholars with YPO and WPO Members Faculty to Global Leaders is a unique industry-faculty initiative with a far-reaching vision: connecting YPO-WPO with eight centers of excellence to create idea exchange at the frontier of the future. Thinkers and doers, professors, […]
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  • This is an important book that contributes to a new way of thinking and acting in ‚high friction’ contexts. I am convinced its relevance stretches beyond the field of conflict resolution, vast as it is. Anyone who is struggling with ‚wicked problems’, working to introduce radical innovations, building social movements or engaged in transitioning complex […]
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  • Featured in Psychology Today James Risen vs. the American Psychological Association by Roy J. Eidelson Place your bets everyone. In one corner stands James Risen, the distinguished New York Times investigative reporter with two Pulitzer Prizes under his belt. In the opposite corner stands the Board of the American Psychological Association, ever ready to protect APA’s reputation […]
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  • MD-ICCCR Staff, Teachers College Charlott is the Budget Administrator at the ICCCR. She is originally from Finland and earned her Master’s degree from Abo Akademi University in Turku, Finland.  Previously she worked over ten years at Teachers College bookstore and more recently in the Office of International Services. During Charlott’s time at the TC Bookstore […]
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  • MD-ICCCR Instructor, Teachers College Robert Ferguson, Ph.D. has practiced psychology over twenty years. As an executive coach, leadership development expert, and professional speaker, he has provided consulting, conflict resolution, mediation, and leadership training to organizations such as Credit Suisse USA, Merrill Lynch, Ahlstrom, Kennametal, KBI Biopharma, Aegon, and many other companies, startups, universities and nonprofits. […]
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  • Caitlin is currently our work study at the MD-ICCCR. She is responsible for supporting both students and professors with courses offered by the center. Caitlin is an EdM student in Curriculum and Teaching at Teachers College with a special interest in educational leadership, critical pedagogy, and conflict resolution in schools. She is also pursuing the […]
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  • Senior Vice President, The Fortune Society Stanley Richards has worked in the Criminal Justice field for over 25 years. His work with inmates started while incarcerated in a New York State prison, where he worked as the inmate Director of Pre-Release.  Stanley’s professional experience began in 1991 at The Fortune Society, where he initially worked […]
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Announcements

  • Public Conversations Project: Who We Are Public Conversations Project (PCP) is a widely respected pioneer and thought leader in the field of dialogue design, facilitation and training. Its practitioners collaborate with groups and organizations to design constructive conversations through which relationships are transformed; healing is promoted where there has been costly conflict, and collaboration is […]
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  • Request for Proposals Modeling Aspects of Sustainable Human Development The Advanced Consortium for Conflict, Cooperation, and Complexity (AC4) is soliciting proposals from across the Columbia University community to construct statistical, computational, or simulation models that operationalize and test the parameters of sustainable human development (SHD) described below. AC4 will provide seed funding of up to $10,000 to fund […]
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  • Teachers College has received a restricted, endowed gift from Lida Orzeck to create a new $100,000 scholarship. The new fund, to be named the Lida A. Orzeck Scholarship Fund, will be used to provide scholarship assistance to students pursuing a doctoral degree in the Social-Organizational Psychology program. In recognition of Orzeck’s $50,000 gift, the College […]
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  • Apply on the website: jobs.columbia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=144087 Advertised Summary Job Description Reporting to the Director of the Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict and Complexity (AC4)The AC4 Assistant Director coordinates the general operations of the Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict and Complexity (AC4). Duties and responsibilities include: 1) human resource coordination ; 2) budget monitoring and reconciliation; 3) […]
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